Spinning 360° at the Dew Tour

Posted by CooperVision on Friday, August 27, 2010

BMX phemon and CooperVision Teen Spokesperon Daniel Dhers credits contact lenses with improving his performance on the bike. "I've been wearing contacts for a few years and have noticed a big improvement in my riding. They help with my periphery, and if I fall during a ride I don't have to worry about them falling off or breaking."

Get an exclusive 360° view from the Dew Tour through the eyes of BMX phenom and CooperVision Teen Spokesperson Daniel Dhers:

Spinning 360° at the Dew Tour

To read more about Daniel and how contact lenses helped improve his game, visit mycontactsports.com.

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